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Eric Roden is one of the founding partners of the Roden + Love, LLC Savannah, GA personal injury law firm. He is a Savannah, GA injury and accident attorney with extensive experience successfully handling personal injury and accident cases, including child injury, wrongful death, and child safety cases throughout the state of Georiga. Contact Eric Roden for a free legal consultation. 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 6 school-age children die as a passenger on a school bus each year. When compared to the more than 42,000 people that are killed in other types of motor vehicle crashes each year this number makes school bus travel a much safer choice.
Snapchat
By the end of 2016, Snapchat is predicted to break 200 million users, and as of now, 18% of the US population actively use this app. In what started just a few years ago as an obscure mobile networking concept, Snapchat intrigued the population and has slowly evolved into a must-have phone app, especially for teenagers. It allows teenagers to have constant interaction with each other by sending photos and short videos capturing what is happening in real time. The most enticing part? These captured moments disappear shortly after they are opened, giving them a special, exclusive value.
fire safety for children
Burns are painful injuries and sometimes cause permanent damage. Children are naturally curious about the world around them, and unfortunately, this curiosity sometimes turns toward dangerous elements in their environment. While it’s important to teach your children about fire safety, some kids are too young to understand these concepts. With this in mind, aim to limit the likelihood of your children being burned and take steps to make your home safer. Prevention
child accidental poison ingestion responses
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death in children from birth to 18 years old. One of the most common instances of this sort is accidental poisoning. Small children are curious by nature, and most of them will put anything—from colorful laundry pods to a glossy pill—in their mouths.
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